King’s works to offer a community and academic support for students who have begun the college experience elsewhere, but need something more to complete their four year degree. Whether you’re a first semester freshman or have just completed your Associates degree, we think you could belong among our broad community of transfer students.

Admission Checklist

Follow these steps to apply to The King’s College.

Step 1: Apply for Admission

Step 2: Submit all college and high school transcripts.

The King’s College does accept faxed copies of transcripts. High schools may fax the original transcripts to 877-349-0231.

Step 3: Submit  ACT and/or SAT scores. (SAT and ACT scores are not required for students with 30 or more college credits)

High schools may include these on the transcript. If not, please complete an online request for ACT scores at www.act.org, using school code 2784 or for SAT scores for www.collegeboard.com, using school code 2871.

Step 4: Schedule your entrance interview with your admissions counselor. Email Katelyn Tamm at ktamm@tkc.edu for a phone appointment.

Step 5: Submit a writing sample. This can be a paper you’ve written for class, or we suggest submitting our Leadership Scholarship Essay (which can qualify you for a $500 to $2000 yearly scholarship).

The Admissions Team reviews applications upon receipt of all materials and responds within two to four weeks.

Early Action

If The King’s College is one of your top choices, applying early action may be a great option. Early action is not binding, but indicates that you are serious about attending King’s in the fall. Students who apply Early Action will receive an expedited financial aid package if they complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) before October 31st. Admitted students must pay a $500 refundable enrollment deposit by December 15th.

Benefits of Applying Early Action

  • Invitation to attend our Interregnum event as a special guest and a guaranteed travel reimbursement up to $250 for any Spring visit
  • Expedited financial aid packages (if FAFSA submitted before October 31st)
  • Priority housing placement (if housing application & deposit submitted by March 31st)
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